Barack Obama

Let’s get some truth out there about Barack Obama

Piers Morgan reports on some misconceptions about Barack Obama.

Now I’m not usually one to agree with Piers Morgan but this is an impressive list of reality when it comes to the One.

That Barack Obama’s a lovely guy, right?

Handsome, intelligent, eloquent, charming, witty; he can sing, dance, shoot hoops, and make speeches that stir the soul.

Oh, and he’s a great husband, father, son and friend.

In fact, to many around the world, President Perfect is the complete antithesis of his replacement Donald Trump.

That’s why millions have marched to protest against the current POTUS, who they brand the ‘new Hitler.’

Why, they squeal with rage, can’t ‘Monster’ Trump just be more like ‘Saint’ Obama?

Hmmm.

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Oh look, it looks like Trump was right about being snooped on by Obama

The media went large on attacking Donald Trump for claiming he was snooped on by Obama’s government.

It is now irrefutable that the Trump organisation was spied on under a FISA warrant. Obama must have been informed about this in his intelligence briefings.   Read more »

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Stunning Display of Dishonesty From Media and Radical Left

Bill O’Reilly gets stuck into the media and radical left over recent immigration enforcement:

The media wonders why people no longer trust them.

Our own media is donkey deep in it as well, with headline after headline attacking Donald Trump. They’ve lost the plot…and in doing so they are losing the public.

In the year 2013, the Obama administration removed from this country more than 434,000 illegal aliens, the highest number in history, which goes all the way back to 1892. Did you see any anti-Obama demonstrations? Did you see any screaming headlines in the national media? No, you did not. Even after President Obama said this:    Read more »

Karl du Fresne on National’s betrayal of Israel

Karl du Fresne writes about National’s betrayal of Israel by sponsoring UNSC 2334:

Is there any more intractable issue in international affairs than that of Israel and Palestine? Offhand, I can’t think of any.

It’s tricky for a whole lot of reasons. One is that the competing claims of the two sides, Israel and the Palestinians, both have some weight.

The Jews, having suffered centuries in exile, mostly in countries where they experienced relentless discrimination and persecution, have a right to a homeland where they can feel safe and secure. But the Palestinians feel aggrieved because to provide that Jewish homeland, they were displaced from land that they regarded as theirs.

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Guest Post – Of Giants, Syndromes and “the New Zealand Way”

The New Zealand Prime Minister has criticised President Trump over America’s extreme vetting of people flowing into the United States from terrorist and refugee hotbeds: Iran, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Somalia, Libya & Sudan. “It is not the New Zealand Way,” answered Bill English, when asked by reporters to condemn President Trump’s protective new executive order.
Only two months ago, in December 2016, Prime Minister English supported Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully’s sponsoring of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, a resolution designed to stop Israelis building settlements in the disputed territories of the West Bank – land which was soundly won by Israel in 1967 after it became the victim of aggression at the hands of Jordan, Syria and Egypt, who united in trying to wipe Israel off the map. They lost the West Bank and East Jerusalem along with the war. There it is.  Initiating lethal force is a bitch – and should be.
 
Diplomatic interference from NZ has decidedly come down in favour of the Islamist Palestinians, governed by the ruling, anti-Semitic organisation Fatah, formerly known as the PLO.
 
So now we know, and I’m glad that we do, considering we have a general election later this year, that Prime Minister English is not on the side of freedom oriented Western Values, but rather on the side of anti-civilisation terrorists – both times. This unelected person has the sanctimonious gall to name his way “the New Zealand Way.”  

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Not just the world’s best gun salesman, but the world’s best drone killer too

Barack Obama did more for the gun industry than any other politician with his constant calls for bans on legal firearms.

It turns out that he also really liked killing bad wogs (or poor sad misunderstood Muslims, as the press would have you believe).

Obama ran for the presidency campaigning against American involvement in “wars of choice” like Iraq. He was even awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in anticipation of the more peaceful times his presidency would bring. And yet the record shows that he involved America in the Syrian and Libyan conflicts, both of which have become geopolitical and humanitarian nightmare.   Read more »

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Comment of the Day

From our General debate and idbkiwi:

All of yesterday, and overnight, NZ’s trained and skilled reporters were playing in a sandpit somewhere, deliriously making up fake news gleaned from alternative-facts sent through their twitter-feeds.

The Herald (I can’t believe I used to subscribe) says:

“US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning travellers from Muslim-majority countries on Friday”, this is apparently “racism”.

Except: There is no ban, there is a temporary suspension, and the order affects all citizens of the countries, not just muslims, race has nothing to do with it, and it affects just seven particular nations, none of those being countries with the most populous muslim adherents: Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Nigeria, Malaysia, Indonesia or Saudi Arabia.   Read more »

One thing the media won’t tell you about Obama

President Obama left the White House, the mainstream press was falling over itself proclaiming how popular he was.

“Obama leaving office on a very high note,” was a typical headline.

Yet despite the media’s fixation with polls, the press completely buried one of the more newsworthy poll findings — a Gallup report that came out last Friday, which took a final look at the President Obama’s popularity over his eight years in office.

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Obama and Trump are black and white in more ways than one

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Much has been made of Barack Obama’s skin colour and sadly many voted for him not because of his abilities or policies but because voting in the first ever black American president made some Progressives feel all warm and virtuous inside. Apart from skin colour Trump and Obama are also polar opposites in other ways. Trump has shown himself to be a friend and supporter of Israel with his pledge to move the U.S Israeli embassy to Jerusalem in defiance of the controversial UN resolution 2334 which has designated Jerusalem to be Palestinian territory. Trump did his best to stop the resolution before he became President by convincing Egypt not to sponsor it.

Obama, on the other hand, was the mastermind and puppeteer behind the controversial resolution, using John Kerry to convince New Zealand’s Murray McCully to sponsor the resolution after Egypt dropped it. Many of Obama’s actions in office made it clear that he was friend and supporter of Palestine and Islam. Many members of the Muslim brotherhood were employed inside the Whitehouse and  Obama famously said that “The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam” In his final months Obama pushed resolution 2334 through by refusing to veto it, securing for Palestine (on paper at least) ownership of the holiest of Judaism’s cities, Jerusalem. Then, on his final day in office, Obama showed just how dear to him Islamic Palestine is when he gave it two hundred and twenty-one million dollars. He did this despite GOP lawmakers placing holds on the funds and it was not the first time during his presidency that he had gone against the wishes of Congress in order to give money to Palestine.

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Even the Huffington Post has McCully’s number

NZ Foreign Minister Murray McCully

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